Poppy Crozier Car Accident – On May 31, 2016, John M. Crozier, who was also referred to as “Jack” and “Poppy,” passed away peacefully in the environment of his own home. He had 71 years under his belt. Before he was born, both of his parents, John Crozier and Marion Crozier, as well as his sister, Deborah Campbell, had already departed away. Survivors: Beloved husband of Joyce Crozier (nee Lilly) for 46 years, loving father of Jack (Terrianne), Patrick (Jill), Kerri (George) and Andy (Cathy), cherished grandfather of Brandon.
Jack was a local Philadelphian, having been born in the city in 1945. He attended North Catholic High School and received his diploma from there in the year 1964. The fact that he remained a faithful member of St. George Parish in Glenolden during his entire life is evidence of the unwavering Catholic faith that he upheld throughout his entire life. He was a member in good standing at the parish.
Before going into business for himself as a master plumber in 1991, he obtained expertise in the plumbing field working for SKF as an industrial plumber at the Northeast Philadelphia plant. This provided him with the opportunity to learn more about the plumbing industry. After he had already enjoyed his retirement, he decided to spend some of his time working as a turnkey for the Collingdale Police Department. He was very proud of his Irish lineage, and he enjoyed fishing very much.
However, the time he got to spend with his family and friends was the thing he valued the most. Everyone who knew Poppy will undoubtedly experience a sense of bereavement upon learning of his departure.